Rights not Rescue Trust

Rights not Rescue Trust

Rights not Rescue Trust

RNRT is a sex-worker led organisation, advocating for universal health care services and legal protection for sex workers in Namibia. The organisation offers peer education, courage, empathy, diversity and equality. They also work to ensure workplace safety for sex workers and aim to portray sex work in a positive way, which enables and affirms their occupational and human rights.

Active in these partnerships / programs / projects:

Program 01 January 1970

Hands Off!: reducing violence against sex workers

Hands Off aims to use police sensitization, rapid response methods and sex worke...
Project 01 January 1970

Hands Off! Sex Work South Africa SWEAT

Sex workers who operate in settings where sex work is criminalised face increase...
Project 01 January 1970

Hands Off! Sex Work Southern Africa African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA)

Sex workers who operate in settings where sex work is criminalised face increase...
Project 01 January 1970

Hands Off! Sex Work Southern Africa North Star Alliance (NSA)

Sex workers who operate in settings where sex work is criminalised face increase...
Project 01 January 1970

Hands Off! Sex Work Southern Africa COC

Sex workers who operate in settings where sex work is criminalised face increase...
Project 01 January 1970

Hands Off! Sex Work Mozambique Pathfinder

Sex workers who operate in settings where sex work is criminalised face increase...
Project 01 January 1970

Hands Off! Sex Work Botswana BONELA

Both BONELA and the sex worker-led organisation Sisonke implement the Hands Off!...
Project 01 January 1970

Hands Off! Sex Work Namibia Rights not Rescue Trust

Rights not Rescue Trust (RnRT) is a fairly young organisation, therefore the pro...
Project 01 January 1970

Hands Off! Sex Work Zimbabwe SRC

The goal of the programme is to reduce violence against sex workers in Zimbabwe....

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